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Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell with TCP/IP.
Remember the name of the first holiday tune on the Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog?
The future shapes up for Oliver, and he plays with a new string feature in Windows PowerShell.
Simmer your minds with thoughts of past Scripting Guys holiday specials.
Oliver manages Azure and Office 365 with Windows PowerShell and discovers how to store credentials securely.
Remember this silly song from the second Scripting Guys holiday special?
Oliver joins an enterprise environment and introduces Windows PowerShell to DevOps.
Remember those wonderful people from the third Scripting Guys holiday special?
Oliver’s true challenges begin and he discovers built-in Windows PowerShell scripts.
Remember the characters from previous Hey, Scripting Guys! holiday specials?
Oliver finishes computer school, gets his first real job, and uses Windows PowerShell remoting.
Remember a holiday tune that entertained us?
Oliver discovers how to easily find data with Windows PowerShell.
Have some fun remembering holiday specials from the past five years.
We are introduced to our friend, Oliver Script, who discovers the magic of Get-Help in Windows PowerShell.
Use Windows PowerShell to convert a string into a DateTime object.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about accessing objects inside other objects in the Windows PowerShell pipeline.
Learn about the easiest way to create a custom Windows PowerShell object.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about creating custom objects via Windows PowerShell.
Learn how to easily expand objects in Windows PowerShell.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about understanding embedded objects in Windows PowerShell.
Use Windows PowerShell to open a script in the Windows PowerShell ISE.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell to find hotfixes that were installed during a certain time range.
Learn how to require a specific module in a Windows PowerShell script.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using a Windows PowerShell workflow to ensure that virtual machines start in order and stabilize.